Election day is just two weeks away. DW's reporters have taken to the road, asking voters "What America" they want. Today's stop is Wichita, Kansas, home to a thriving Muslim community. Students there are hosting a Muslim Awareness week.
The killing of an Indian engineer in Kansas last week and widespread anti-immigrant rhetoric have raised questions over whether the US is a safe place to work and study for Indians. Murali Krishnan reports.
Investigators have said a student who ran down and stabbed pedestrians at an Ohio university may have been motivated by extremism. 'IS' has claimed responsibility for what officials described as a 'lone wolf' attack.
US President-elect Donald Trump says he'll step aside from his business interests to focus on his White House role. Over the past 24 hours, he has nominated nine key members of his upcoming administration.
Poverty, unemployment and a general lack of perspectives for the future makes it easy for radical Islamist preachers in Albania to lure and recruit young men for 'Islamic State' and jihad in Syria. Some never return.
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